Restaurant review: Roti Chai

Roti Chai – West End, London

www.rotichai.com 

Tucked away behind Selfridges, Roti Chai is an eatery design for social hangouts, for those who love food with bags of flavour!

Highlights:
The street food, central location.

Food: 
The stars of my meal were:

  • Hakka Chilli Paneer – great example of why fusion flavours are so exciting. Paneer (traditional India ingredient), stir fried with Indo-Chinese spices which gives the dish a peppery, garlicky flavour! So mourish!
  • Bun Kebab – mini spiced lamb burger with a succulent, juicy lamb patty that is sweet, sticky and well spiced. Yet another successful flavour combo that creates the “Mmmmm…” mouth feel.

Price:
Reasonable for the taste and quality of the food. Dishes from the street food menu have a smaller portion size, as the title suggested.

Atmosphere:
Bright, high ceiling, open space. Casual, sociable atmosphere. Think meeting up with a few friends after work, grabbing a light bite and catching up or post shopping refuelling. 

Staff:
Friendly, with a sense of humour 🙂

My overall rating:
8/10 

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